Add Your Restaurant Menu on Facebook

Dmytro Polishchuk
Dmytro Polishchuk
Content writer and blog editor at PromoRepublic
≈ 1 min read
Upd. on: 2 Aug 2021

You have an eye-catching cover photo and a compelling About but as a restaurant, you need to showcase your real goods. That’s right, a menu! Restaurants that are successful on Facebook go beyond the basic FB Page settings. With this series of blog posts, learn how to set up Facebook tabs like:

  • Menu
  • Make a reservation
  • TripAdvisor Reviews

Publish and Promote your Restaurant Menu

This tab (which is Free, by the way) gives your client a chance to look over the menu before they visit your restaurant. Make sure both dishes and prices are up to date.

To add a menu to your Page:

  1. Click About on the left side of your Page  and scroll down to see Menu.


  1. Upload a photo or PDF file of your menu


  1. Once your menu has finished uploading, name each file, e,g you can upload beverages, salads, main course, and desserts separately.


Press Confirm. Keep in mind that Facebook may review your menu and let you know if the menu needs any changes.


  1. Now make it live in Settings. Hit Edit Page and choose Tabs.


Scroll down and click on Add a Tab – add Menu.


When reviewed, you will have a neat menu tab on your page. You can update it whenever you want. Congrats! You are all set.



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